Save and Give Back this Holiday Season!

Happy Holidays from Comfort Plus! We are proud to share our 2nd annual Spirit of Giving holiday promotion benefiting the Alzheimer’s Association. For every online order between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, we will give you 5% off, and donate 5% to the Alzheimer’s Association. Why We Give Back Martha O’Neill founded Comfort Plus 26 years…

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Diabetes, Nerve Damage, and Incontinence

A common cause of incontinence in men and women is nerve damage. Muscles and nerves work in tandem to hold urine in and let urine out: when your bladder is full, nerves send a signal to your brain that it’s time to urinate. Then your brain sends a message to the bladder muscles to act…

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Bladder Health Awareness 2018

It’s Bladder Health Awareness Month! Help Comfort Plus raise awareness for bladder health issues! According to the Urology Care Foundation, over 25 million Americans are currently dealing with loss of bladder control, with an estimated cost of $70 billion a year to our healthcare system. Yet, even with these striking numbers, men and women wait an average…

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Introducing the Tranquility Male Guard – For Men!

Tranquility® recently introduced the new Tranquility Male Guard™: a brand-new product designed specifically for men. This super-absorbent incontinence pad features best-in-class absorbency, with 9.5 oz. of fluid capacity. Why Choose the Male Guard The Tranquility Male Guard is perfect for men with light to moderate incontinence looking for discrete protection. From dribbles to light leakage,…

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Enlarged Prostate and Incontinence

By age 60, men have a 50% chance of having an enlarged prostate. That increases to 90% by age 85! Enlarged prostate and prostate treatment are among the leading causes of male urinary incontinence. While prostate cancer, prostate surgery, and other enlarged prostate issues are already overlooked and underdiscussed by our society, the resulting urinary…

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Brief ≠ Pull-on Style (A Brief is NOT a Pull-on)

There is a wide misconception regarding the styles of incontinence products, and this article will clear it up. A “Brief” is not a pull-on style incontinence product! While in the common underwear terminology, a brief is stepped into and pulled up to be worn, this is NOT what an incontinence brief is. In incontinence terminology,…

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Diaper Doubling Causes Leaks – Boosters Don’t

We talk to consumers daily to help solve their incontinence related issues. Many times, we recommend inserting a booster into a proper-fitting high absorbency product, to get the needed extra absorbency at an economic price. One of the most problematic issues we hear about is what is called “Diaper Doubling.” Consumers share that to get…

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